|Vicki Clarkson (#47121685)|
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I have had an obsession with genealogy for the past 16 years and I truly love helping others discover their past!|
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|Kris Betz||Melvin Anderson|
Somehow I missed getting Melvin's stone's photo. I will go back when it gets warmer and no snow. We are now in for a snowfall and temps below zero. Yesterday was in the 30s, so it was nice being in the cemetery.
|Kris Betz||Olof Anderson|
Sorry this stone is so hard to read. Being winter, I could not clean it off. Perhaps in spring/summer I could go back and try to make it more readable.
|Brandy Wells Murray||Thank you|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take the photo of Barbara Knight's stone for me. I truly appreciate it.
|Diane Addington||Too cold!|
Rather, I hope it was not too too cold!
|Diane Addington||Myrtle & David Woodward|
Thank you for the nice photo. I hope it wasn't to cold on this Thanksgiving week end for picture taking in cemeteries!
|Pat Conwell||Kate McMillen, 63648672|
Kate's father is John Downey, 93633829.
If you are unrelated to this family, I would be happy to take care of the memorial. They are ancestors of mine.
Best wishes, Pat Conwell, 24822769
|Madeline Welch||Jasper Washer stone|
The photo you posted for Jasper & his wife, Hallie, is not their stone. It is the headstone of their son, Harold Wayne # 114167895. Can you please delete the photos from Jasper # 114167773 and Hallie # 114167808? Jasper went by his middle name, Harold.
|Madeline Welch||Susan M Tuck Orange|
The photo posted on her memorial is not hers. Susan Tuck Orange is said to share a double stone with her spouse, Y. H. Orange. You did photograph his stone but dates for Susan are not shown. Could she name & dates be on the back side of this stone? She died in 1921.
I believe this Susan E Tuck was a Tuck by marriage, but haven't sorted that out yet. Can you delete her photo & try to post the correct one? Thanks for your efforts.
|Madeline Welch||Pvt Yerby Newton Orange|
In checking the recent photos you added to the Orange Cemetery I found the Civil War soldier's marker. This is not Yerby H Orange, but his uncle. Uncle Yerby's wife, Mary may be buried near him.
The other Yerby stone is the correct one for Yerby H Orange.
Thanks for your work in the Orange Cemetery. It has needed attention for a long time.
|David M Wilkins||Thomas H. Chapman|
Thanks for the report Ms. Vicki.
Sometimes al we have is the cemetery for a final place of resting.
I may research the County of Butler Archives for listing and a survey of the graveyard.
Even then a positive grave Id is difficult.
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